Romney campaign font under scrutiny [BuzzFeed] A font used on Romney-Ryan clothing sold on Mitt Romney’s website is under investigation by the campaign.
Obama comments on change [ABC] The Obama campaign has questioned Mitt Romney’s ability to change Washington.
Obama ad focuses on Romney’s taxes [Huffington Post] A new ad from the Obama campaign has questioned Mitt Romney over his taxes.
Ad attacks Obama over party leadership [CNN] A new ad by the Romney campaign has cited a book by Bob Woodward to criticise President Obama’s relationship with Democrats.
Clinton comments on Romney’s taxes [CBS] Former President Bill Clinton has criticised Mitt Romney over his tax returns.
Romney campaign faces criticism [The Independent] Mitt Romney has said that his campaign ‘doesn’t need a turnaround’ after difficulties emerged last week.
Obama responds to foreign policy criticism [Boston Herald] President Obama has responded to Mitt Romney’s criticism of the administration over its handling of violence in the Middle East.
‘Defiant and realistic’ [Washington Post] The Washington Post looks into the mindset of the Romney campaign.
Obama speaks on tone in Washington [CNN] President Obama has spoken about his failure to change the tone in Washington.
Romney struggling with older voters [Reuters] A new poll suggests that the Romney campaign is losing support among voters aged 60 or older.
Ad attacks Romney comments [Huffington Post] The Obama campaign has released an ad criticising comments made by Mitt Romney at a private fundraiser.
Fall in undecided voters [Politico] A new poll from Politico has suggested that the number of voters likely to rethink their support of a candidate has fallen.
Romney campaign tries new angle [The Wall Street Journal] The Wall Street Journal reports that the Romney campaign has tried to focus more on policy details this week.
‘Overboard’ [National Journal] President Obama has commented on campaign ads in an interview for CBS.
Swing-state support for Obama [The Hill] Voters in swing-states view the President’s stance on Medicare more favourable than that of his Republican opponent, according to a new poll.
Obama losing veteran support [Politico] Polls suggest that Mitt Romney has a lead over President Obama among veteran voters in numerous states.
Romney accused of flip-flop [ABC News] Mitt Romney has been accused of flip-flopping on the question of health insurance by a new Obama campaign video.
Romney jokes over Clinton welcome [Politico] Mitt Romney has joked about receiving a poll boost after being introduced by former President Clinton at the Clinton Global Initiative.
Obama leads in new polls [CNN] New polls in Ohio, Florida, Iowa and Nevada give President Obama a slight lead over Mitt Romney.
Obama criticises Romney over teachers [CNN] President Obama has criticised Mitt Romney over his stance on the Chicago teachers’ strike.
Romney discusses parenthood [The Washington Post] Mitt Romney has spoken about parenthood during a discussion on education with NBC News.
Romney adviser questions polling [BuzzFeed] An adviser to the Romney campaign has questioned the virtues of public polling.
Romney suggests union contributions ban [The Washington Post] Mitt Romney has said that teachers’ unions should not be allowed to make political contributions.
Romney corrected over Obama policies [ABC] A spokesperson for the Romney campaign has had to correct the Republican candidate’s remarks about President Obama’s tax policies.
Ohio targeted by Romney campaign [National Journal] Mitt Romney has focused campaign attention on the battleground state of Ohio this week.
Reid comments on Romney’s religion [Huffington Post] Harry Reid has agreed with a Huffington Post blogger that Mitt Romney has ‘sullied’ the Mormon faith.
Obama ad attacks Romney on education [The Hill] A new ad from the Obama campaign has criticised Mitt Romney over the implications of his education proposals for Hispanics.
Romney plays down tax cuts [The Hill] Mitt Romney has told voters not to expect ‘huge’ tax cuts to result from his economic policies.
Early voting starts in Iowa [Huffington Post] Early voting has begun in Iowa, a swing-state where President Obama holds a lead.
Obama leads in Medicare poll [The Hill] A new poll suggests that President Obama leads Mitt Romney on the issue of Medicare.
Mormons fast in support of Romney [Huffington Post] The Huffington Post reports that some Mormons are fasting and praying in the hopes of helping the Mitt Romney campaign.
Poll gives Obama reduced lead [Reuters] Support for President Obama has dipped, according to a new poll.
Ann Romney in Nevada interview [Reuters] Ann Romney has given an interview in which she discusses her husband’s state of mind if elected to office.
Registration firm fraud [Reuters] The Republican Party has dismissed a voter registration company amid claims of fraud.
Compiled by Patrick McGhee.